Those were the days... (1977)

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Various Artist - Beat Beat Beat - 1966 Vol.1 (Bootleg)

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The British Invasion was an influx of rock and roll, beat and pop performers from the United Kingdom (mostly England) who became popular in the United States, Australia, Canada and elsewhere. The classic British Invasion period was 1964 to 1967, but the term may also be applied to later "waves" of UK artists that had significant impact on entertainment markets outside of Britain.

A musical movement of the mid-1960s, the British Invasion was composed of British rock-and-roll and beat groups whose popularity spread rapidly to the rest of the English-speaking world, especially the United States, which, from the beginnings of rock-and-roll music in the early 1950s, had nearly a monopoly on the genre.

Though generally not credited with starting the "Invasion", Dusty Springfield was one of the first British artists to have significant success in the U.S., with her hit single "I Only Want To Be With You", released in November 1963. She appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show in early 1964 singing the popular hit, and continued to have several U.S. hits through the rest of the decade. For a list of songs by British artists which reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, click here.

However, The Beatles' triumphant arrival in New York on February 7, 1964, is widely credited with truly throwing open America's doors to a wealth of British musical talent, and officially beginning what would come to be called—with historical condescension by the willingly reconquered colony—the second British Invasion. Like their transatlantic counterparts in the 1950s, British youth heard their future in the frantic beats and suggestive lyrics of American rock and roll, but initial attempts to replicate it failed, as enthusiasts lacked the indigenous basic ingredients of rock and roll, rhythm and blues and country music. The only sign of life was in the skiffle craze of the 1950s, spearheaded by Scottish-born Lonnie Donegan. Skiffle groups (like The Quarrymen, first forerunner of the Beatles) were acoustic guitar, tea-chest bass and banjo ensembles, similar to jug bands, but unlike jug bands, they mainly had drummers. They most often sang traditional American folk songs, frequently with more spirit than instrumental polish, although early British skiffle was played by highly skilled Trad jazz musicians.

By 1962, encouraged by the anyone-can-play populism of skiffle and self-schooled in the music of Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, James Brown, and Muddy Waters, some British teens developed a real feel for the rock-and-roll and American blues idioms. Blending that with such local traditions as music hall, pop, and Celtic folk, they formulated original music they could claim, play, and sing with conviction. Young groups with electric guitars began performing and writing up-tempo melodic pop, fiery rock and roll, and Chicago-style electric blues. The rebellious tone and image of American rock and roll and blues musicians also deeply resonated with British youth in the late 1950s, influencing all the British Invasion artists.

Liverpool became the first hotbed of the so-called "beat boom." As Britain's major Atlantic seaport, Liverpool merchant seamen often sailed to the U.S. and returned with the latest American rock-and-roll hits, often before they were made widely available in Britain. With The Beatles, other exuberant male quartets such as The Searchers, The Fourmost, and Gerry and the Pacemakers, plus the quintet Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas launched Merseybeat, so named for the estuary of the River Mersey that runs alongside Liverpool. The Beatles first reached the British record charts in late 1962 (shortly after The Tornados' "Telstar", an instrumental smash that sent word of what was in store by becoming the first British record by a group to top the American singles chart); the rest joined the hit parade in 1963. Not all acts prominent in Britain by the early 1960s necessarily managed to develop a profile in the U.S. Cliff Richard, who remains popular in Britain and active today, has only rarely had chart successes in America.

Rock swept Britain. By 1964, Greater London could claim The Rolling Stones, The Yardbirds, The Who, The Kinks, The Pretty Things, Dusty Springfield, The Dave Clark Five, Peter and Gordon, Chad and Jeremy, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, and Manfred Mann. Manchester had The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, Freddie and the Dreamers, Davy Jones of The Monkees, and Herman's Hermits; Newcastle was home to The Animals; and Birmingham had The Spencer Davis Group (featuring Steve Winwood) and The Moody Blues. Bands sprang up from Belfast (Them, with frontman Van Morrison) to St Albans (The Zombies), with more inventive artists arriving to keep the syles moving forward, including The Small Faces, The Move, The Creation, The Troggs, Donovan, and John's Children. While the beat boom provided Britons relief from the postimperial humiliation of hand-me-down rock, the Beatles and their ilk brought the United States more than credible simulations. They arrived as foreign ambassadors, with distinctive accents (in conversation only; American and British singers sounded generally similar), slang, fashions, and personalities. The Beatles' first film, A Hard Day's Night (1964), further painted England as the center of the (rock) universe. American media took the bait and made Carnaby Street, London's trendy fashion center in the mid-1960s, a household name.

From 1964 to 1966 the United Kingdom sent a stream of hits across the Atlantic. Behind the conquering Beatles, Peter and Gordon ("A World Without Love"), the Animals ("House of the Rising Sun"), Manfred Mann ("Do Wah Diddy Diddy"), Petula Clark ("Downtown"), Freddie and the Dreamers ("I'm Telling You Now"), Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders ("Game of Love"), Herman's Hermits ("Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter"), the Rolling Stones ("I Can't Get No Satisfaction" and others), the Troggs ("Wild Thing"), and Donovan's ("Sunshine Superman") all topped Billboard's singles chart.

More than a decade following the first invasion, the largely English based punk movement of the late 1970s, resulted in a fresh influx of raw, iconoclastic British bands and artists, such as Sex Pistols, The Clash, and Elvis Costello and the Attractions. While punk had a lasting influence on the US popular music scene, it never broke through in the US at the time to the same extent as in the UK. However the various cultural sources that punk and new wave took their inspirations from, especially cinema and television, would stand them and subsequent acts in good stead in the next decade.

Let's Have A Party The Unreleased "Beat - Beat - Beat. American Forces Headquarter, Golden Room, Terrace Club, Frankfurt am Main, Germany    
first aired 1966.

CD1:       
01. The Koobas - Rollin' Stone      
02. The Koobas - Somewhere In The Night      
03. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Unidentfied Title      
04. The Koobas - You Don't Love Me
05. The Koobas - Unidentfied Title      
06. The Koobas - Stubborn Kind Of Fellow      
07. Kenny Lynch - I'll Stay By You      
08. Kenny Lynch - Get Out Of My Way      
09. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Walk On The Wild Side      
10. The Kinks - A Well Respected Man       
11. The Kinks - Milk Cow Blues      
12. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Unidentified Title      
13. The Kinks - Till The End Of The Day       
14. The Kinks - I'm A Lover Not A Fighter       
15. The Kinks - You Really Got Me       
16. Casey Jones & The Governors - Dizzy Miss Lizzy      
17. Casey Jones & The Governors - Don't Ha Ha      
18. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Peter Gunn      
19. Casey Jones & The Governors - Yesterday Man      
20. Casey Jones & The Governors - Don't You Know Yockomo      
21. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Cleo's Beat      
22. The Sorrows - You've Got What I Want      
23. The Sorrows - No, No, No, No      
24. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer feat. Jack Hammer - Granada     
25. The Sorrows - Take A Heart      
26. The Sorrows - Let Me In      
27. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer

CD2:               
01. The Kentuckies - Saturday Night      
02. The Kentuckies - Hi-Heel Sneakers      
03. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer feat. Jack Hammer - Go Get Him Girl      
04. The Kentuckies - Unidentified Title      
05. The Kentuckies - Uncle Willy          
06. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - Everything's Gonna Be Allright     
07. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations - In The Midnight Hour      
08. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) 
09. Johnny B. Great & The Quotations feat. Beryl Marsden - Strong Love      
10. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Organ Grinder's Swing/Melody      
11. Gene Williams & The Echo Sound - What's New Pussycat?      
12. Gene Williams & The Echo Sound - Under The Boardwalk      
13. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Love For Sale      
14. The Rainbows - Kommando Pimperle      
15. The Rainbows - Louie, Louie      
16. The Rainbows - Bald Headed Woman      
17. The Rainbows - My Baby Baby Balla Balla  
18. Sten & Stanley - Girl, Those Where The Good Old Days      
19. Sten & Stanley - Nur Der Silbermond (in Swedish & German languages)      
20. Tawney Reed - Needle In A Haystack      
21. Sten & Stanley - Wiggy Woggy      
22. Tawney Reed - I've Got A Feeling      
23. Freddie & The Dreamers - Run For Your Life      
24. Freddie & The Dreamers - You Were Made For Me      
25. Pete Lancaster - Baby Baby Baby      
26. Freddie & The Dreamers - I'm Telling You Now      
27. Freddie & The Dreamers - If You've Got A Minute, Baby      
28. Pete Lancaster - Stupidity      
29. The Searchers - Love Potion No. 9      
30. The Searchers - Sweets For My Sweet      
31. The Searchers - C.C. Rider       
32. The Searchers - Jenny Take A Ride

CD3:
01. The Rattles - La La La  
02. The Rattles - Come On And Sing
03. Lee Curtis - Nobody But You
04. The Rattles - (Stopping In) Las Vegas
05. The Rattles - Sha-La-La-La-Lee
06. Lee Curtis - Little Egypt
07. The Sounds Incorporated - It Sounds Like Movin'
08. The Sounds Incorporated - William Tell Overture
09. The Sounds Incorporated - Sounds Like Locomotion
10. Helen Shapiro - It Might As Well Rain Until September
11. The Overlanders - Michelle
12. Helen Shapiro - My Guy
13. The Overlanders - Along Came Jones
14. The Overlanders - The Girl From New York City
15. The Mindbenders - Land Of 1000 Dances 
16. The Mindbenders - In The Midnight Hour 
17. The Mindbenders - C.C. Rider
18. The Mindbenders - A Groovy Kind Of Love
19. Dave Berry - Now
20. The Mindbenders - Don't Cry No More
21. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - A Taste Of Honey
22. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - You Make It Move
23. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
24. Dave Berry - Little Things
25. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hideaway
26. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hold Tight
27. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - What Now, My Love?
28. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Somebody Help Me
29. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Baby Don't You Do That Thing To Me
30. Cherry Wainer & Don Storer - Green Onions
31. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Please Do Something
32. The Spencer Davis Group (feat. Steve Winwood) - Keep On Running

CD4:
01. The Shapes - Where Have All The Good Times Gone?
02. The Shapes - Pretty Flamingo
03. Adam & Eve - Adam & Eve
04. The Creation - I'm A Man
05. The Creation - That's How Strong My Love Is
06. Adam & Eve - They Can Look At Us (And Laugh)
07. The Creation - Making Time
08. Barry Monroe - Baby, Think Before You Act
09. The Koobas - Shake
10. The Koobas - Take Me For A Little While
11. Peter & Gordon - To Show I Love You
12. The Koobas - You'd Better Make Up Your Mind
13. The Koobas - You Don't Love Me
14. Peter & Gordon - Homeward Bound
15. Peter & Gordon - Woman

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Various Artist - The Story of The Beat Club III (1971-72)

Kamis, 27 Desember 2012 0 komentar


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Beat-Club was a German music program that ran from September 1965 to December 1972. It was broadcast from Bremen, Germany on Erstes Deutsches Fernsehen, the national public TV channel of the ARD, and produced by one of its members, Radio Bremen, later co-produced by WDR following the 38th episode. It is notable for being the first German show to be based around popular music, and featured artists such as Grateful Dead, Zager and Evans, Cream, Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones, Gene Pitney, Ten Years After, Rory Gallagher, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Ike & Tina Turner, The Who, Black Sabbath, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, The Bee Gees, The Beach Boys, Chicago, The Doors and Kraftwerk in its seven-year run. In 1972, it was replaced by Musikladen.


Performances from the show can now be seen on VH1 Classic, and reruns air in several European countries. Several DVD collections have also been released.

In early 2008, the first free Video on demand web portal for Beat-Club and Musikladen was launched at Mybeatclub.com, featuring the most popular songs and artists of both shows. In 2010, mybeatclub.com was replaced by www.youtube.de/beatclub

Beat-Club was co-created by Gerhard Augustin and Mike Leckebusch. The show premiered on 25 September 1965 with Augustin and Uschi Nerke hosting. German TV personality Wilhelm Wieben opened the first show with a short speech. After eight episodes, Augustin stepped down from his hosting role and was replaced by DJ Dave Lee Travis.


The show's earlier episodes featured live performances, and was set in front of a plain brick wall. It underwent a revamp in 1967, when a more professional look was adapted with large cards in the background displaying the names of the performers. Around this time, a troupe of young women billed the "Go-Go-Girls," were introduced to dance to songs when their performers couldn't appear.

In early 1969, Travis was replaced by Dave Dee, of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich. On 31 December 1969, "Beat-Club" switched to color and again featured live performances. Dee departed in 1970, leaving Nerke as the lone host.

The former TV show is now a weekly radio programme on Radio Bremen 1 and on a webchannel offered by the radio station. Interestingly it is again hosted by Uschi Nerke who did it in the 60s and early 70s on TV. The link to the show can be found in the external link section.

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Beat-Club 72 - 30.10.1971
01. Champion Jack Dupree - I'm going to Bremen to get on the radio
02. Stoneground - Added attraction
03. T.Rex - Jeepster
04. T.Rex - Life's a gas
05. Richie Havens - Here comes the sun
06. Passport - KlaUS Doldinger - Uranus
07. JethrO Tull - Life is a long song
08. Alice Cooper - Under my wheels
09. Johnny Cash & Bob Dylan - One too many mornings
10. Procol Harum - In the wee small hours of sixpence

Beat-Club 73 27.11.1971
11. Fanny - Special care
12. Man - Angel easy
13. Move - Down on the bay
14. Hardin & York - Like a Rolling Stone / Freedom
15. Slade - Coz I love you
16. Redbone - The witch queen of New Orleans
17. Fanny - Blind Alley

Beat-Club 74 - 26.12.1971
18. Rory Gallagher - Used to be
19. King Biscuit Boy - Hoy hoy hoy
20. Stone The Crows - Going down
21. Santana - Black magic woman
22. Alexis Korner & Friends - Oh Lord, don't let them drop that atomic bomb on me
23. Rory Gallagher - In your town

Beat-Club 75 - 29.01.1972
01. Billy Preston - Them changes
02. Poco - C'mon
03. Epitaph - Early morning
04. Mountain - Roll over Beethoven
05. Curtis Mayfield - Move on up
06. Curtis Mayfield - Mighty, mighty (spade and whitey)
07. Canned Heat - Retried boogie
08. Heads Hands & Feet - Country boy
09. Billy Preston - The

Beat-Club 76 - 26.02.1972
10. Livin' Blues - L.B. Boogie
11. Nazareth - Morning Dew
12. Bell & Arc - So long Marianne
13. Earth & Fire - Storm and thunder
14. Mouth & MacNeal - How do you do
15. Livin' Blues - Hitch-hikin'
16. Bell & Arc - She belongs to me
17. Atomic Rooster - Breakthrough

Beat-Club 77 - 25.03.1972
18. Heaven - Crazy world
19. Guru Guru - Oxymoron
20. Edwin Starr - It's a family affair
21. Steve Miller Band - Nothing lasts (acoustic).
22. MC5 - Kick out the Jams
23. Jeff Beck Group - Definitely maybe
24. Stephen Stills' Manassas - Rock & Roll crazies / Cuban bluegrass / Jet Set

Beat-Club 78 - 27.05.1972
01.  Pacific Gas & Electric - Are you ready
02. The Kinks - Muswell hillbilly
03. Chuck Berry - Johnny B.Goode
04. Chuck Berry - Wee wee hours
05. Chuck Berry - Let it rock
06. Grateful Dead - One more Saturday night
07. The Doors - Tightrope ride
08. The Rolling Stones - Shake your hips
09. The Rolling Stones - Tumbling Dice

Beat-Club 79 - 24.06.1972
10. Tucky Buzzard - Fast bluesy woman
11. Deep Purple - Highway star
12. Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band - I m gonna boogiarize you baby
13. Frumpy - Going to the country
14. The New Riders of the Purple Sage - Truck drivin man
15. Don McLean - Vincent
16. Ashman Reynolds - Taking off
17. Rory Gallagher - Pistol slapper blues
18. The Rolling Stones - Jam session
19. The Rolling Stones - Loving cup

Beat-Club 80 - 30.09.1972
20. Carl Perkins - Blue suede shoes
21.  Carl Perkins - Me and Jesus
22. Johnny Cash - A boy named Sue
23. Johnny Cash - Sunday morning coming down
24. Johnny Cash - Tennessee flat top box
25. Johnny Cash - I still miss someone / Me and Bobby McGee
26. Anita Carter - Lovin' him was easier than anything I'll ever do again
27. Johnny Cash - Rock island line
28. Johnny Cash - Folsom prison blues
29. Johnny Cash - I walk the line
30. Johnny Cash & June Carter - Jackson
31. Johnny Cash & June Carter - If I were a carpenter
32. Johnny Cash & June Carter - If I had a hammer
33. Johnny Cash - A thing called love

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The Picture of the day

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Various Artist - The Story of The Beat Club II (1971)

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Beat-Club was a German music program that ran from September 1965 to December 1972. It was broadcast from Bremen, Germany on Erstes Deutsches Fernsehen, the national public TV channel of the ARD, and produced by one of its members, Radio Bremen, later co-produced by WDR following the 38th episode. It is notable for being the first German show to be based around popular music, and featured artists such as Grateful Dead, Zager and Evans, Cream, Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones, Gene Pitney, Ten Years After, Rory Gallagher, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Ike & Tina Turner, The Who, Black Sabbath, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, The Bee Gees, The Beach Boys, Chicago, The Doors and Kraftwerk in its seven-year run. In 1972, it was replaced by Musikladen.

Performances from the show can now be seen on VH1 Classic, and reruns air in several European countries. Several DVD collections have also been released.

In early 2008, the first free Video on demand web portal for Beat-Club and Musikladen was launched at Mybeatclub.com, featuring the most popular songs and artists of both shows. In 2010, mybeatclub.com was replaced by www.youtube.de/beatclub

Beat-Club was co-created by Gerhard Augustin and Mike Leckebusch. The show premiered on 25 September 1965 with Augustin and Uschi Nerke hosting. German TV personality Wilhelm Wieben opened the first show with a short speech. After eight episodes, Augustin stepped down from his hosting role and was replaced by DJ Dave Lee Travis.

The show's earlier episodes featured live performances, and was set in front of a plain brick wall. It underwent a revamp in 1967, when a more professional look was adapted with large cards in the background displaying the names of the performers. Around this time, a troupe of young women billed the "Go-Go-Girls," were introduced to dance to songs when their performers couldn't appear.

In early 1969, Travis was replaced by Dave Dee, of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich. On 31 December 1969, "Beat-Club" switched to color and again featured live performances. Dee departed in 1970, leaving Nerke as the lone host.

The former TV show is now a weekly radio programme on Radio Bremen 1 and on a webchannel offered by the radio station. Interestingly it is again hosted by Uschi Nerke who did it in the 60s and early 70s on TV. The link to the show can be found in the external link section.

Youtube Link for Beat-Club: Link 

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Set 1
Beat-Club 63 - 30.01.1971
01. Patto - San Antone
02. Ashton, Gardner & Dyke - Mister Freako
03. Ashton, Gardner & Dyke - Resurrection shuffle
04. Iron Butterfly - Easy rider
05. Iron Butterfly - Butterfly blue Pt.1
06. Iron Butterfly - Butterfly blue Pt.2


Beat-Club 64 - 27.02.1971
07. Ike & Tina Turner - I want to take you higher
08. Golden Earring - Holy holy life
09. Atomic Rooster - Tomorow night
10. John Mayall - My pretty girl
11. T.Rex - Ride a white swan
12. T.Rex - Jewel
13. Tom Paxton - Talking Vietnam pot luck Blues
14. Ike & Tina Turner - River deep, mountain high
15. Ike & Tina Turner - Honky tonk woman
16. Ike & Tina Turner - Proud Mary

Beat-Club 65 - 27.03.1971
17. Curved Air - It happened today
18. Skid Row - An awful lot of woman
19. Skid Row - Uncoop show-band blues
20. The Soft Machine - Composition based on three tunes
21. Curved Air - Propositions
22. Curved Air - Vivaldi

Set 2
Beat-Club 66 - 24.04.1971
01. Yes - All good people
02. Man - Daughter of the fireplace
03. Popol Vuh - Bettina
04. Man - Would the Christians wait five minutes, the lions are having a draw
05. Santana - Jungle strut (singing winds, crying beasts)
06. Yes - Yours is no disgrace

Beat-Club 67 - 22.05.1971
07. Rory Gallagher - Laundromat
08. The Byrds - chestnut mare
09. Rory Gallagher - Sinner boy
10. Kraftwerk - RuckstoRgondoliere
11. The ByrdS - Eight miles high

Beat-Club 68 - 26.06.1971
12. Lucifer's Friend - Ride the sky
13. Warhorse - Ritual
14. Fleetwood Mac - Dragonfly
15. Bremer StudiO-OrcheSter - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony 40 d-moll
16. Mountain - Don't look around

Set 3
Beat-Club 69 - 27.03.1971
01. Mick Abrahams Band - Greyhound bus
02. Caravan - Golf girl
03. Osibisa - Phallus ?
04. The Grease Band - Let it be gone
05. Et Cetera - Raga / Lady blue / Thursday morning sunrise
06. James Gang - Walk away
07. Mick Abrahams Band - Why do you do me this way

Beat-Club 70 - 07.08.1971
08. Emergency - Times passed by
09. Can - Paperhouse
10. Weather Report - Waterfall
11. Beggars Opera - Raymond's road

Beat-Club 71 - 25.09.1971
12. Birth Control - Give me shelter (The work is done)
13. Canned Heat - Long way from L.A.
14. If - Forgotten roads
15. Family - Holding the compass
15. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Sweet hitch hiker
17. Curved Air - Back street luv
18. Canned Heat - Big City
19. Deep Purple - No no no

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Various Artist - The Story of The Beat Club I (1970)

Sabtu, 22 Desember 2012 0 komentar


Size: 645 MB
Bitrate: 320
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Beat-Club was a German music program that ran from September 1965 to December 1972. It was broadcast from Bremen, Germany on Erstes Deutsches Fernsehen, the national public TV channel of the ARD, and produced by one of its members, Radio Bremen, later co-produced by WDR following the 38th episode. It is notable for being the first German show to be based around popular music, and featured artists like Frank Zappa, The Rolling Stones, Gene Pitney, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Ike & Tina Turner, The Who, Black Sabbath, The Bee Gees, The Beach Boys, The Doors and Kraftwerk in its seven-year run. In 1972, it was replaced by Musikladen.

Beat-Club was co-created by Gerhard Augustin and Mike Leckebusch. The show premiered on 25 September 1965 with Augustin and Uschi Nerke hosting. German TV personality Wilhelm Wieben opened the first show with a short speech. After eight episodes, Augustin stepped down from his hosting role and was replaced by DJ Dave Lee Travis.

The show's earlier episodes featured live performances, and was set in front of a plain brick wall. It underwent a revamp in 1967, when a more professional look was adapted with large cards in the background displaying the names of the performers. Around this time, a troupe of young women billed the "Go-Go-Girls," were introduced to dance to songs when their performers couldn't appear.

In early 1969, Travis was replaced by Dave Dee, of Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich. On 31 December 1969, "Beat-Club" switched to color and again featured live performances. Dee departed in 1970, leaving Nerke as the lone host.

The legendary West German rock series Beat-Club was broadcast from September 1965 through December 1972. It was broadcast from Bremen, Germany and produced by the regional TV network Radio Bremen, which at that time was part of the German Government radio chain ARD. Radio Bremen was the sole producer for episodes 1 – 34. Episodes 35 through 74 were produced jointly by Radio Bremen and the WDR network. Beat-Club was co-created by Gerhard Augustin and Mike Leckebusch. Gerhard ("Gerd") Augustin was a well-known disc jockey in Bremen and northern Germany. In 1963 he was the first DJ to spin records at local clubs. He was a moderator (co-host) of the first seven Beat-Club shows. 


Michael Leckebusch, a former trumpet player in a theatre band in Hamburg, came to work for Radio Bremen's TV station in 1965. He became the director of Beat-Club. Uschi Nerke joined Augustin as co-host of Beat-Club. She started with the first show and remained with the series through the end of its run. (She was not, however, involved in the concept or creation of the show.) Beat-Club premiered September 25, 1965. While this premiere episode may appear tame, the TV network at the time feared complaints by parents and other adults who didn't like rock music. This show, in fact, began with a plea by German TV personality William Wieben for tolerance. Rough translation: "Good day, dear Beat friends. The time has come. In few seconds we will begin the first show on German television made especially for you. As for you Ladies and Gentlemen who do not like Beat (rock) music, we ask for your understanding: this is a live show for young people. And now we're taking off..."


Beat-Club is believed to have been Germany's first rock music series. Beat-Club should not be confused with another German TV series, Beat! Beat! Beat!, which premiered in 1966. Beat! Beat! Beat! was produced in a different city (Frankfurt am Main), by the regional network Hessischer Rundfunk. The series went through many format changes in its 7 years on the air. At first the show took on a (sort of) Cavern Club look. The walls behind the stage were brick - no fancy sets. The bands performed live while audience members were shown dancing. Sometime after show #8, Dave Lee Travis became a co-host. Travis had been a D.J. with "Radio Caroline," a pirate radio station that broadcasted into Britain from an offshore ship. Eddie Vickers, a soldier with the British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS), appeared sporadically as host during 1966-67. 

Dave Lee Travis' last appearance as host was on episode #45. His replacement was Dave Dee, of "Dave Dee, Dosy, Beaky, Mick & Titch." Dave Dee appeared on episodes 46 through 53. 

Around 1967, the series switched from live performances to lip-synching. The look of the set also changed, from the brick walls to the more familiar set with large cards in the background displaying the names of the performers. Another change around this time was the introduction of the "Go-Go-Girls," a troupe of young women who danced to recordings of current hits. (Note: Some of the performers mentioned on this guide did not actually appear. Their recordings were used for "Go-Go-Girls" segments. I'll try to clarify the "Go-Go Girls" segments in future updates.) "Beat Club" switched from black & white to color on December 31, 1969 (episode #50). Also around this time, the music guests started performing live again. 

The final Beat-Club program aired in December 1972. The series was replaced by Musikladen, which lasted until 1984. Uschi Nerke was a co-host on Musikladen from 1972-1980.

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SET I
Beat-Club 57 - 15.08.1970
01 Atomic Rooster - Save Me
02 Steamhammer - I Wouldn't Have Thought
03 Edgar Broughton Band - Apache Drop Out
04 Dr. John, The Night Tripper - Mardi Gras Day
05 Jethro Tull - With You There To Help Me
06 Jethro Tull - Nothing Is Easy
07 Edgar Broughton Band - Silver Needle

Beat-Club 58 - 05.09.1970
08 Hard Meat - The Ballad Of Marmelade Emma And Terry Grimes
09 The Pretty Things - Cries From The Midnight Circus
10 Cat Stevens - Lady d'Arbanville
11 Free - Fire And Water
12 Humble Pie - For Your Love
13 Cat Stevens - Hard Headed Woman
14 Free - All Right Now

Beat-Club 59 - 26.09.1970
15 Status Quo - Spinning Wheel Blues
16 Status Quo - (April) Spring, Summer and Wednesdays
17 Third Ear Band - Hyde Park
18 Black Sabbath - Iron Man
19 Black Sabbath - Paranoid
20 Eric Burdon & War - Spill The Wine

SET II
Beat-Club 60 - 24.10.1970
01. Amon Duiil II - Between The Eyes
02. The Incredible String Band - Everything's Fine Right Now
03. Ginger Baker's Air Force - Early In The Morning
04. Ginger Baker's Air Force - Sunshine Of Your Love
05. Ginger Baker's Air Force - Toad

Beat-Club 61 - 28.11.1970
06. Stone The Crows - Danger Zone
07.. Colosseum - Take Me Back To Doomsday
08. Fotheringay - Too Much Of Nothing
09. Muddy Waters - Honey Bee
10. ColOSSeum - Tanglewood 63
11. StoneThe Crows - Love 74

Beat-Club 62 - 31.12.1970
12. UFO - Boogie
13. Warm Dust - Indian Rope Man
14. Warm Dust - Worm Dance

SET III
Beat-Club 54 - 18.04.1970
01. The Move - Brontosaurus
02. Taj Mahal - Tomorrow Will Not Be Another Day
03. Johnny Winter - Johnny B. Goode
04. It's A Beautiful Day - Soapstone Mountain
05. The Flock - Introduction
06. The Flock - Clown
07. Taj Mahal - Sweet Mama Janisse
08. The Who - The Seeker
09. Johnny Winter - Mean Town Business

Beat-Club 55 - 30.05.1970
10. Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
11. Rare Bird - Sympathy
12. Rare Bird - Beautiful Scarlet
13. Black Sabbath - Blue Suede Shoes
14. Canned Heat - Future Blues

Beat-Club 56 - 27.06.1970
15. Van der Graaf Generator - What Ever Would Robert Have Said?
16. Brinsley Schwarz - Ebury Down
17. Santana - Jingo
18. Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime
19. Family - The Weaver's Answer
20. Santana - Incident At Neshabur
21. Mungo Jerry - Mighty Man

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Crosby Stills & Nash - Westwood One Radio Special 1992 (Bootleg)

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The musical partnership of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash, with and without Neil Young, was not only one of the most successful touring and recording acts of the late '60s, '70s, and early '80s (with the colorful, contrasting nature of the members' characters and their connection to the political and cultural upheavals of the time), it was the only American-based band to approach the overall societal impact of the Beatles.

The group was a second marriage for all the participants when it came together in 1968: Crosby had been a member of the Byrds, Nash was in the Hollies, and Stills had been part of Buffalo Springfield. The resulting trio, however, sounded like none of its predecessors and was characterized by a unique vocal blend and a musical approach that ranged from acoustic folk to melodic pop to hard rock. Crosby, Stills & Nash, released in 1969, was perfectly in tune with the times, and the group proved an instant hit. By the time of their first tour (which included the Woodstock festival), they had added Young, also a veteran of Buffalo Springfield, who maintained a solo career. 

The first CSNY album, Déjà Vu, was a chart-topping hit in 1970, but the group split acrimoniously after a summer tour. Four Way Street, a live double album issued after the breakup, was another number one hit. In 1974, CSNY re-formed for a summer stadium tour without releasing a new record -- nevertheless, the compilation So Far became their third straight number one. Crosby, Stills & Nash re-formed without Young in 1977 for the album CSN, another giant hit. They followed with Daylight Again in 1982, but by then Crosby was in the throes of drug addiction and increasing legal problems. He was in jail in 1985-1986, but cleaned up and returned to action, with the result that CSNY reunited for only their second studio album, American Dream, in 1988.

CSN followed with Live It Up in 1990, and though that album was a commercial disappointment, the trio remained a popular live act; it embarked on a 25th anniversary tour in the summer of 1994 and released a new album, After the Storm. The trio again reunited with Young for 1999's Looking Forward, followed in 2000 by their CSNY2K tour. A DVD/CD set, CSN 2012, was filmed and recorded during a 2012 tour, and released that same year.

FM broadcast on WESTWOOD ONE radio networks
weekend 14-15, 1992

01. deja vu
02. helplessely hoping
03. marrakesh express
04. just a song before i go
05. taken it all
06. long time gone
07. guinnivere
08. these ampty days
09. almost cut my hair
10. for what it's worth
11. wooden ships
12. suite: judy blue eyes
13. teach your children
14. our house
15. daylight again

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Derek And The Dominos - Let's Play Domino 1970 (Bootleg)

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DEREK AND THE DOMINOS - LET's PLAY DOMINO
November 20th 1970 - afternoon show

(It says: "Let’s Play Domino is GFR’s latest Clapton-related release to see the light of day. Using Paddington’s “Stormy Monday” as the source tape, it means you are treated to an excellent audience recording for the era with no crowd interferences at all. The guitars are more prominent in the mix than they are on Paddington’s release and this greatly adds to your enjoyment.

The show starts with a fiery version of Got To Get Better In A Little While, a Clapton penned track from the Dominos’ unreleased second album followed by a much more relaxed Key to the Highway. Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad is a highlight with an outstanding work from Bobby Whitlock on backing vocals and a nice jamming on its outro.

Blues Power sees a guitar battle between Delaney and Eric before things get slowed back down again with a terrific rendition of Have You Ever Loved a Woman. It’s blues in its purest state and undoubtedly a showcase for Clapton.

Next in the setlist comes a very extended version of the rocker Tell The Truth which sees EC on some great wah-wah and on which Whitlock’s vocals shine again. The rare All Night Long features Delaney Bramlett on vocals and lots of Clapton’s trademark riffs. Let It Rain closes the afternoon gig.  It fades in but with the help of a 3-minute drum solo in the middle of the song, it still manages to clock at 10+ minutes.

The last track on the disc is a bonus song from the performance in Cincinnati just six days after the Santa Monica gig. This time it’s BB King the one who joins the Dominos for a lovely jam on a rare version of Everyday I Have The Blues, which is nicely rearranged and performed in a great Rhythm and Blues feel. Very good audience quality but slightly inferior to the first 8 tracks.

“Let’s Play Domino” is a single disc release that comes in GFR’s usual trifold cardboard sleeve with  b/w pictures of Derek. Not a new gig for the Clapton connosieur but GFR’s remastering makes this release a nice addition to anyone’s collection. " )

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01. Got To Get Better In A Little While
02. Key To The Highway
03. Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad
04. Blues Power
05. Have You Ever Loved a Woman
06. Tell the Truth
07. All Night Long / Derek's Boogie
08. Let it Rain
09. Everyday I Have The Blues [live at Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 26th 1970 - featuring B.B. King as special guest]

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